Tuesday, December 20, 2016

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Saturday, December 17, 2016

Japan & South Korea: A tale of two mature pork loving markets
- Japan's swine sector, though large, is flat and levelled out at lower personal consumption levels than that of poorer, neighbouring Asian countries
- Japan's zero population growth and tiny increases in personal consumption means that imports will not rise too far above their current 1.3 million tonne range
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Jamesway appoints operations director
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Industry Happenings
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Bank of China agrees to landmark bank facility with Fonterra
ADM expands poultry and swine technical service teams
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